Anderson Named Permanent Host Of BBC Radio 4's 'Loose Ends'
April 7, 2008 at 5:26 AM (PT)
CLIVE ANDERSON has been selected as the permanent replacement for the late NED SHERRIN as host of BBC RADIO 4's "LOOSE ENDS." ANDERSON, who continues hosting his "CLIVE ANDERSON'S CHAT ROOM" show for BBC RADIO 2 and is launching a podcast for the DAILY TELEGRAPH, is one of three interim hosts (including PATRICK KIELTY and PETER CURRAN) who took over hosting the entertainment show when SHERRIN died in OCTOBER.
ANDERSON is best known to American TV viewers as the host of the original U.K. version of improv comedy show "WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY," which aired for several years on COMEDY CENTRAL.